Dmitry Bulatov is a linguoartist and curator of the National Center of Contemporary Art (NCCA), Kaliningrad Branch. He lives in Kaliningrad where he is curator of network programs of NCCA, Kaliningrad Branch where he is the Organizer of set of International publishing and exhibition projects to create anthologies of marginal forms of literature. Bulatov is the author of the following anthologies: "Point of view. Visual poetry in 90s" (Olsztyn, Simplicius, 1998); "Homo Sonorus. International Anthology of Sound-poetry" (Kaliningrad, NCCA, 2001). He has published articles in Russia, Ukraine, Germany, France, and Yugoslavia about inter-disciplinary art media such as visual, sound, and biological art. He took part in the International conferences about contemporary literature and art and has lectured in universities in Russia, Canada and Netherlands. He received a Laureate of professional Diploma "Confession" in the field of Literature (1998), won the prize for Small Books in Literature (short-list, 2000), and received a grant from the Union of Russian writers in 2001. Bulatov has contributed to about 100 International exhibitions and multimedia-projects in 24 states, and his visual and sound poems are published in international compilations. Works by Bulatov are in the following collections: The Ruth and Marvin Sackner Archive of concrete poetry (Miami), Academia d'Arte di Pisa (Pisa), Centrum Bildende Kunst (Groningen), Musee d'Art Modern (Paris), Vasarely Museum (Budapest), Modern Realism Gallery (Dallas), Museum of visual art (Nizhnij Tagil), Palazzina delle Arti "Lucio R.Rosaia" (La Specia), and the Signalist Documentation Center (Belgrad).